“Play Me, I’m Yours,” music with Dan Andrew

The Harvard Square Business Association welcomes a new musical art installation called “Play Me, I’m Yours” into Harvard Square. The music art project, which international public artist Luke Jerram conceived, places painted pianos all over the world. Most recently they added pianos in Boston and Cambridge locations, for everyone to play and enjoy. Each piano comes with a simple instructions: Play Me, I’m Yours.

Trademark Tours founder Daniel Andrew sat down to the piano on Brattle street, just down the road from our tour launch, where he jammed out a few tunes. Take a listen to Jazzy Moves, The Entertainer, and Billy Joel’s famous Piano Man in the video below!

“Play Me I’m Yours” has installed more than 1,500 pianos in over 50 cities around the world, from Times Square to London and beyond, all with the hope of bringing music to the masses! The pianos are around Boston until October 10 and you can find the locations here. So get out there and…

“Sing us a song, you’re the piano man
Sing us a song tonight
Well, we’re all in the mood for a melody
And you’ve got us feelin’ alright”

From the “Play Me, I’m Yours” Website: Touring internationally since 2008, Play Me, I’m Yours is an artwork by British artist Luke Jerram. More than 1,500 pianos have now been installed in 50 cities across the globe, from London to Hong Kong, bearing the simple invitation Play Me, I’m Yours. The project has already reached more than ten million people worldwide.
Following on from the success and popularity of Street Pianos Boston 2013, Celebrity Series of Boston brings the project back to the city from September 23 to October 10, 2016. During this time, 60 street pianos—all decorated by local artists and community groups—are available for anyone to play and enjoy. The hashtag for the project is #streetpianosboston, and for an interactive mobile map of the piano locations, download the free Beam.in app for iOS.